Cant find a timing mark on crank pully,want to change timing belt on my opel euro 160i 1998
If you can lock the cams from turning you won't have to worry about where the crank is situated as there is always a cam lobe that is loaded that will turn the cam just a bit when you take the belt off . The thing that I had done when replacing the timing belt on my ridgeline was to mark the timing belt at a gear tooth for each gear and put a location mark at each mark ( ie CR for crank ) . Then once I had the belt off I transferred the marks to the new belt and put the new belt on aligning the marks to the proper sprockets . The problem that I had was I didn't think about the cam rotating as I took the belt off . But luckily it was only one cam that had moved so I just had to put a socket on the nut and rotate it to where the mark lined up .
1998 JEEP Grand...
on Jan 24, 2014
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